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Alexander Turner Laing

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Alexander Turner Laing (c1872- ), Chairman of the Bombay Motor Car Co.[1]

1900 Married. 'At India, on the 24th May. Alexander Turner Laing, civil engineer, Bombay, eldest son of the Rev. George P. Laing, Edinburgh, to Muriel Constance, daughter of the late J. Brooks, Esq.,' [2]

1911 Lodging at The Elms, Amberley, Glos: Alexander Turner Laing (age 39 born Dundee), Civil Engineer - Partner in firm (?) Bombay. With his wife Muriel Constance Laing (age 30 born Bombay) and their daughter Muriel Violet Laing (age 7 born Bombay).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1911/09/30
  2. Dundee Evening Post - Tuesday 29 May 1900
  3. 1911